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Meats Futures Prices

Tue, Dec 6th, 2016
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Lean hogs are trading sharply higher with Dec16 currently up $2.30 following a 97 cent gain on Monday. The CME Lean Hog Index was higher again with the 12/2 average up another $1.04 cents at $50.56. USDA's weighted average pork carcass cutout value in the morning report was 91 cents higher at $74.97 with Rib and Loin cuts up the most. The USDA national average base hog price reported this morning was another 83 cents higher at $48.36 with prices ranging from $43.50 to $50.50. Monday FI slaughter was estimated at 443,000 head, matching last Monday and up 2,000 from a year ago. Pork production last week was record large at 537 million pounds. Dec 16 Hogs are at $53.800, up $2.300, Feb 17 Hogs are at $57.275, up $2.475 Apr 17 Hogs are at $63.500, up $2.375
Live cattle futures are showing triple digit gains at midday. Feeders are also sharply higher with the Jan17 contract at $125.725, while the CME Feeder Index for 12/2 was $131.24, another 20 cents higher. Cash cattle trade was limited without enough sales for a market trend. Steer prices on Friday ranged from $112 to $114, with IA/MN the weakest. Wholesale beef prices in the morning USDA report were higher again with Choice up 24 cents and Select up 25 cents at $191.63 and $173.48 respectively. Estimated Monday FI slaughter at 115,000 head would be up 1,000 from last week and up 4,000 from year ago. Dec 16 Cattle are at $109.250, up $1.425, Feb 17 Cattle are at $110.450, up $1.475, Apr 17 Cattle are at $110.500, up $1.525, Jan 17 Feeder Cattle are at $125.725, up $1.400 Mar 17 Feeder Cattle are at $122.800, up $1.425 Apr 17 Feeder Cattle are at $122.475, up $1.400
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